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THELATE MAGAZINES tub rniGia wi? pay. ftvimt l'"-' Celebration of tlic Fourtli Coots Annually in Life nnri Uu iiiiiii Usefulness. fKrom Mrs. Isaac L. Wee's "Our Dnruuun x'uuim nit uuiib vn Tho fitting celebration of Inde pendence day 13 n q-ieBtlon on i!MMi ntitrlotlc Americans nro son- arnted into two widely divergent uartles, one claiming tlint It ought to be observed n8 noisily ns possible, tho other believing that our national birthday Is too glorloitB nn occasion !a ii mnrred by din and disorder. :of course, wo k'now that oven among those wiio uivur u uuiaiuruus ou gervnnco there aro many who cannot tolerate it momseivcs, anu eacane to the country In order to avoid tho tortures or tno "awnu iourtn"; jun . wo know that a large proportion ; 0f the nolsemakers, Including the groall boy and tho big boy, too, is heedless, If not Ignorant, of all that our holltlny standi for, and thinks nt It only as n tlmo when clomor may reign unrestrained. The figures which muicaie mo price that wo pny for each of our vmHv celebrations are so appalling thnt one would Btipposo a knowledgo of them womici no mo most poweriui deterrent to our annual massacre, This, unfortunately, Is not tho case. For the past five years tho "Journal 'of the American Medical Asoscla tlon" has endeavored to collect stu ttitlcs Betting forth whnt tho cele bration of tho Fourth costs In life and human usefulness; and al though they aro admittedly Incom plete compiled, as tnoy are, al most entirely from newspaper re nortP Instead of from records of hos- pltn's, dlsponBarlo and physicians they form tho gravest possible ar raignment of tno recklessness which Is willing to pav such n pr'co for n "Jollv day." They show that dur ing the celebration of five national blrtlulnys from 1903 to 1907 In clusive. 1,1153 persons were killed and 22.R20 woro Injured 1 Of tho Injured, SO aufforcd total, and 3S9 partial blindness; 3S0 persons loit arms, legi or hnnds, and 1,070 lost oir or moro fingers, nut those fig ure1, starMIng m they aro, convey on'.v n faint Idea of tho suffering, both uhyslcnl and mental, wh'cli went to swell tho total con of thso five lio'ldnys; In tills wo must uls Include the weeks and oftsn months cf anguish of tho Inlurcd, tho bip enfe of entire faml'Ies while the fate of some loved one hung In the balnnc, tho horror of n future of sightless years, tho pinching pov erty now tho lot of many because of the death or maiming of the bread winner. The Perfect Public Servnnt. Tnft so described by Presldint Roo-evtlt, who admired his patriot lm nnd unselfishness. WTIInm II. Tnft Is a big mnn rhysicnlly; not merely fat, but big. He Is ns big of heart ns he is of body. Ills friends lovo I3II1 Toft. And they thought when the Presi dent first mentioned him for the presidency thnt tho people would ac (ept him for his own sako's sake; with affectation. Soronc; sure; Just; absolutely unselfish nnd, therefore, ftarlcBs; not merely courageous, mark you, but careless of personal consequences, Mr. Taft Ib n rnro combination of "tho good fellow" and "'he good man for ofllco" thnt we Amerlcnns have sighed for so 'odk Why hnven't tho neople tnkon to him with onthu'nsm? At the closo of his Philippine ad mln'Btrntlon, tho President de scribed Tnft a j tho "perfect public servant." Sneaking of nnother man, he P: sldent said that he Ib able, brave, expert and absolutely trust wort'iv thnt ho doPB hist duty up to the handle, but ho does it to bo pro moted "And I ropect ambition ns Words of Praico For th jevcral Ingrcdlonts oi which Dr. Pierce's mutUclues arc cotnposcu, 48 ctlv i br leadf h In nil tho soveral bcnnoL of Ovd.cno, should have far luom w-ljUl i thunany amvuntof no-profeional tt I tlmon.al3. Dr. Plorco's Favorlio l-rocr.p Hon has the bxuqe of iio.next on aw-ty botile-wrapper, In a full list of all its in pedionts printed lu plain English. If you are an Invalid woman and suffer froa frequent headache, backache, gnaw logdlstr.'i in Ftomach, periodical paint, oUagreo&Wc, catarrhal, pelvic drain, toes'ifedown distress In lower abdomen 5' pelv, perhaps dark spots or speck r.Cj8 before tho eyes, faint spells and Mndfol symptoms caused by female weak cess, ctpthrif derangement of tho femlnlno organs, Wican not do better than ttke C ft rJi.'fi Vnvr.rlta PrescrlDtlon. The hital, surgeon's knife and opera ln8tV.luyLo avoided by tho tlBi.T.'.' 'je,g thaa gx "foature we of Xfcvorlti. Prescription" In such "2 " Porhaos "be most Into- C4S, ThfAhv thft ohnolou" (XBrr'n. tt'TS anTi'.VVT ir('iM"nti of th farr ' Cn " A'i c ii i,p.vo"Mei andn "thn'-n.-iyij s"r i s" 'cssfnrtreittiTH'nt carnal 'J3 11TJ U!LLrtr'IltlL' 'jome ' favorite rlv ... I. n ' T! ,.,Ttxmnrt rl thft VPfV DOi -f-. -. "Jtrtprted.clnal roots known to roed cti cjen e for the euro of woman's peculiar JHmrnts, ccntalns no alcohol and no Mrafm or habit-forming drugs. n Do not expect too much from Favorlta 'rs-riptlon; - it will not perform mira- oi ,U"V", hAiftirkiihir In ita hlgh !s ), will not dlsolvo or euro tumors, of pictorial V, 0Pn,i niLanre In six nsK-cinewlll. It will do as much w Ut st-nso win And P,eM"'f1J.l ' "J u vigorous Ii ?atli n most ea" peculiarly Incident to omtn as eny medicine can. It must be Kwen a f; r cncr.ee by perJevcrancc In M use for n roasonablo length bf time. LT'I Cin'i MfrrH tn r.r 1 cPrrp! ' W likin uS u. . nstltntn fnr ihh rrTrmY n ! U'nmnn pfa lnltirl trt fnT1C1llt Df. cnmP'iSt""" fierce, by Utter, free. All corn!; ?ce Is gacrded as sacredly BM-ret anfi --WM.ta.. MV IIIMHU v..-w.- --- pmanly0 conHdences aro protect W JlfWtlvo and regulator of the "tywtton of Photographic Soc e 7T lnvlswrau etoaach, liver nntf ' j pe5t amateur nboto ig 0e a laxative; two or thr- i nnhle organization in America. "UWUc. Xa& , to taita us candy. grapnic orBuu n inniliM t e. .. that Tnf 8 ,n.n8, But he "W snTe.i1V,,J?5..y'B Rflf rnn..V,r mi" I'"UUSm ttllU o ' ' l-, I 'er '- a thought "" " ins ncnui "Hint's whv we wated him at home. We put tK other man out In the service. "Taft every day " ! X W"nt t0 Seo h,m This Judgment, spoken with feel- "b, uiiu repented nfterwnrd, with rpnrtni-in nmp,m of services Irtored.nU roun(l th world this sentiment accounts for the Presi dents wish to have Taft, the dlsln- ...--iu, succeeu to the presidency. Lincoln Steffons, in the June Ev erybody's. Tho June number of tho Political science titinrterly (Glnn & Com- u.ij, uosion) contains nrtlcles on Marxism Verflus SoclallBm," by V. Q. Slmkhovltch; "Protection and tho Formation of Cnpltiil," by Alvln S. Johnson; "The Early EnglUh Colon 'al Movement," by George Louis Ucor; 'Sennrntlon of nhitrnii nmi Stato in France," by Othon Guer- iac; anu "Turkey In Europe," by Wm. M. Sloane. Tho nunlber con tains also reviews of new books and the usunl seml-nnnual record of po lltlral events. t The Amrrlcnn Mngnzlne. The Juno number of Tho Ameri can Mngnzlne Is up to tho high standard of exccllene? now main tained by this pp-lodlcnl. It con tain humor, stories, and an abun dance of Interesting nnd Important Information. "Mr. Dooley," who Is writing for nobody but the Ameri can Magazine, contributes nn ar ticle on Diplomacy. WIIMam J. Locke, author of "The Belovd Vag abond," is Just beginning his now scr'al, "Simple Septimus." Lincoln Steffons contributes "An Apology for Graft." liny Stannnrd P,akr writes of "Tho Nogro In Politics." The Craftsman. "Is thoro a S?x Distinction In Art?" 1- the Importnn leading arti cle In Tho Craftsman for Juno. U Is a duscusslon by Olio Edgortou of the queatlon of womon's exhib'ts and tho ntltudo of tho art critic toward the woman nrtlsts. Tho writer asknowlodg03 n box distinc tion In kind of work, but not In quality. The Miptrntlons nro tnlcen from tho mo.t lmportnnt work of a recent womon's exhibit. Whnt a return to small farming would mean to the nation nt large Is told by Edgnr J..IIolllstcr in "Getting flack 'o Our Dnse of Supplies," In tin Juno Craftsman. Mr. Nolllster treats his subject with a slmplo di rectness thnt h tho remit of tho tudy nnd work of n lifetime, and his theory Is advanced ub n possible oVnlon of n part of our menacing Industrial problem. A uollgntriil talk on "Gateways, Old and New," In Tho Craftsman for Juno, Is of timely Interest. In "Tho Envlron men of n Country Home," E. Dru llle Ford tell' of tho pleasuro nnd contentment that Is nchloved by following th? dictates of Nnturo tn planning and building n homo In tho country and by letting ono's sur roundings be tho outgrowth of Na ture's EUggcBttonB. "Tho Tribute Silver," bv Elizabeth Cnrr McMakln, and "The Wedding Gift," by Emery Pottle, nre two stories of definite human Interest. The prize essny In Tho Craft-man competition for e snys on "Tho Arts nnd Crafts Move ment In America," nppenrs In tho Juno n'imbr. Th's Ibbuo also con. tnlns tho Introductory article of n series of eight ItssonB In dyeing by P-of. PlmM"- E. Pellow, of Colum b'a university, whoso purpose In thes" nrtl'es Is to outline clenrlv the Imuortanco of the recent dlscov erlee In dyostuffs nnd to point out the advantage- of the new "coal tnr" ir filling dyes over tho old veg otpt.i pnlorlncs.-both ns to beauty nnd faetne-s to light and washlnp. 500 Plrtures of Itoosevelt. Th nost marvelous photograph f- mndp.. showing 500 dlfferont ,.!-,.. 0f proeldnt Roosevelt n sem bled In on b'g picture, form tho double nge fetre of the June Wo mon's Hnin cnmnaninu. inesu n jr,,jg f rhotoitr-h. tnken In , , ..crv ,taje territory l.i the Union, show our atron'ious Pres ident In all periods of h's public life n cowboy, rou-b rider, gov ernor, speaking, lecturing, on horso back. etc. Whether we admire Mr. Roosevelt or not. we cannot but marvel nt the greet colkctlon of photographs of this human dynamo which have beon brousht together hero In one picture. It is the most remarkable picture evsr mado. Photo. Rrn. o eiimmar issue the Juno num ber of Photo-Era Is unlnuo. for It .i i. "nilmnsM of Cowboy Llf In Texas." by Goargo Pnttulo, ac companied by 22 nlltistratlons by Erwln E. Smith, n former cowpunch er now studying art In the school of tho Boton Art Mueeum. Ab cow hov llfo is ft bepoin'nK extinct thew Buporb nhotograuhs bo full of ho athosnhoro of tho ranrheB nre :.."' ,t1 intaraat. TllO lover fniKpage reprwiuoiuus m " " "u v$rfiSv vandervelde, former nerEldent ot me urmiu i" -7 club..one of the best organ.- r. . i Hn.i tn Amr'cn appreciation of this work has been rovlded bv Eleanor W. WiUard a Ke friend and fellow erlit. Shose work and persona liy are hlehly estenu m .- sharply, '"i Is m?G..enllltex,,,ln,n,jCons'dablo spaco Is devoted each thnt -r.. .i:.18 ."ne'. B,lt le said month to item nf Inform Z. DAILY CAMTAL JOUHXAL, SALEM, OltEGOX, ing ttlC (InlllL's nf tllla Unn.l.nl I body. 15 cent? a copy of any news I Or tinntn.eiirM.li. .1 '- -. ,... aUfii,t u.uii;r. $1(100.00 In r. Izps for Stories and I'liotogrnphs. The Rohemjan Magaz'ne, Deposit, N. Y Is In the field with nn offer that surely must bring forth good Action and pictorial material. The editors aro offering a total of $1000 for good fiction. Tho offer, which will bo found In detail In the June number of The Bohemian, includp? $500 ns a first prize, $175 ob a sec ond prize, and substantial amount for tho third, fourth and fifth prizes. Manuscripts which do nut win a prize, but which prove avail able, wll. bo bought at attractive prlcos. Every manuscript offered In th.9 prize competition must be ac companied by the coupon printed In tho Juno Bohemian and to be print ed In every Issue of Tho Bohemian during tho summer. In addition to theso prizes for stories Tha Bohemian hns taken a new step by offering $100 in prizes to amateurs in photography. In tho June Bohemian will bo found Ave well-known quotations which tho photographers must Illustrate This unique contest will doubtless arouse Interest nmong photographers every where, Inasmuch as thero Is abso lutely no limit to the ingenuity which a photographer mny use In Illustrating the lines. Tho Gray Goose, another maga zine under tho Bnmo editorial man agement, Is offering a total of $500 In cash prizes for good stories. This amount will bo divided nmong tho seven, ho-t short stories the best story to rocolvo $100, thero being no vrlzoB loss thnn $50. Altogether, these prize offers con stitute nn oxcollont chance for a'lth-o-i to prove what they can do The editors state thnt they want good Btorles, regardless of tho reputation of tho writer, nnd that tho best storv will win. Indeed, they nre rathe'' anxloitB thnt theso stories will strike n new noto In fiction, dopnrtlng from the convonttonnl types. Tho Outing Mngnzlne. .Tint ns tho llttlo city of Pough keopslo on tho Hudson River Is nbout to omcrgo Into tho nntlonal spot light, Tho Outing Mngnzlno for Juno prints a timely article entitled "Poughkeopslo's Great Day." Pough keonslo'H groat day Is tho Intercol legiate bont rnces In June, nn oc cnslton thnt Is without doubt tho most pIcturo'qMO athletic event In Amor'cn. Mr. Ruhl hns skillful') mastered tho dlulculty of blending the color, tho cnthuslnsm, tho rnm pant collcgo spirit nnd the rnco It self In hlB nrtlcle. Like every otlur article in tho number, it is 111ns trntd by mnny photographs. In his "View-Point," Mr. CnBunr Whltnoy, tho editor, spenks of Mr. Clarcnco II. Mnckay's admlrablo ex ample In saving trees; of the curious way In which the ancient Blenheim spaniel blood Is kept pure; of the. need of knowing whnt to do In tho ense of drowning nccldcnts; accom panying this nro somo valuable l!'e saving rules which should bo mas tered by overyono. Tho health ar tldo thU month is by Dr. W. R. C. Lntson, who writes nrnctlcally about "How to Correct Protruding Col'ar BonoB." Vnrntlnn "Horrent Ion," Tho curront n'imber of tho popu lar outdoor magatlno Rgoreatlon, Is a fiaclal vacation number if doublo t,i nnd full to tho brim w'th good things for peoplo who tnko vncnHon, whother thoy havo much or llttlo to spond. The covor Is n fine reproduction In full colors of a photogrnnh of a deer swimming ncross a river. Sov oral forms of thh vacation numbr nro printed In nrt tone Inks In col ors, which bring out tho fine lllu trntlont In an unusually attractive manner. A few of tho spoclnl articles In this great vacntlon numbor nro "Rec nation Trlin on Horsebnck," "An rintini' in Vnvn. Rrotln." "Two Weeks In n Wngon." "Down the St. Law rence In n Small Kioon." "unnoe CtMlBlng In tho Adlrondncks," "Liv ing In n Tent." "How to Make a Fieeroatlon Lunch Basket," "Now Feature In Cnmn Equlnmonf." snd a i'"zon mor full as attrnotl-. In ifl p.) on' who h at all intero tel Id vscat'on mnM1 should "ilea bsv Ins a cony of this snlondlil l&euc. All newsdal" carry Recreation and tho attention of the public l sneclally callel to our complete in formation bureau which is ooen to all without charge Rooroatlon, 1 West 22nd St.. Now York. The Goldfli'M Womnii MiJ"t Ilavo Her Auto, The Motor-car Is bb noceesary to her aa a sewlng-mnchlne wns to hor mothor. Goldflold Is developing a new fomlno type. There n woman "does up her broakfnat dhhee " looks hsr door and pulls rjt for the mines In hor own motor-car se -automobiles aro now a necessary ad junct In tho comulotii llfo of a min ing woman, say Mary Richards Grav in th New Ida Woman's Mag azlne for July. Sho coves one as her mothor. who might have been a p'o neer In some Wetorn town, coveted n oAwlne-mnohlno. or hor grand mother n spltinlnsj-wheel. If she has ten minutes to spare sue may iuv Hnln otrflrtt illRnilRB the 1atOt camp news with a milliner, and buy a hat, paying a pneu ihi "" Artiinfi In pffrontery thf fashlonablo hat builders along Fifth Avenue. And she may come in rrom me iimir in ir,tr to dron into the Woman s club or attend a session of the Daughters of uie American evm tlon She makes her calls uraully by passing the tlmo of day with whomsoever the happens to meet She goMlpa about other peoples SATURDAY, JUNE i!0, 1008 chnnces of success; she tells them how to spend tho money they have made, and she has a rulqck envy of the suddenly prosperous nbout her. i 4 u. McClur-i's New Cover. The June number of McCluro's magazine appears In a new cover of "ormnl design which it lg proposed to" mpo as a permnnent standard. 'Tho function of a Magazine cover U nresumnbly to hold together nnd facilitate the handling of tho pagos; but. this fact eeoms to have been very largelv lost sight of in tho over development of cover decorntlon which has taken place during tho onst ten years. The use of color and of pictorial effects as become liu crenslnglv extrnvauant with a view to attrnctlne attention on the news stands: until In the midst of the riot thin created, nobody can bo heard. For mnnv venrs Mr. McClure hns "ough't n design for n covor of h's mngnzlno which wcild have tho dig. nlty and distinction requisite to per mnnnt, us, and nftor frequent (lis anointments, has met with whnt ho bpllpvcs to be n ruccossful cover In ho dp-lgn of Mr. T. M, Clolnnd, of ,pw York, who hns mndo nn ex hnitstlvq stiidv o' ,thlB pnrtlculnr noblnm. It wnB necessnv that tho des'Kii Hhhttld havo something of tho clnsslcnl distinction and formnllty of fine nrchltecturo, that it might bo -aid of this cover thnt It l tho houso In which McCluro's mngnzlne dwells. Tho reproduction of pictures In color will continue to bo a regular feature: v.l it is. honed that by con flning this work to the InBldo ot tho mncrnzlnp unon nnner of a moro suit nblo texturo, finer results will bo obtained. The Clever Mnn Needs n Wife With Tnrt. A wife with this sift well devel oped 1p Indeed the cleverest of wo wti, Tho problem ns to whother a e'pver mnn needB a clover w'fo retn unnn brontl llns. nnd Is, after nil. verv ensv of solution, says Kntor ino' Cecil Ti'irMon, In tho July Do-tlnento-. WHhout doubt n clover mnn should bnve n clover wife, If he ronl desired to be n successful mnrrlngo, but "clover" mirt not be tnken ns vnonyinoua with the words "work-irorl'tcinti" or "nmhltlous."' Tho qunlltv nccoarv to the wife of n eieve" man Is Hie essent'nlly feminine eleverns of tnct nnd In tuition the subtlo womn'n's gift hnt nn stimulate without Irrltnt lg. can comnrehend without quo-', tlonlnc. nnd under nil clrcumRtnneos Pnn or nnnenr to -nbordlnnto her own interests, br own nrsonnlltv to 'he mnp v'vld, dom'tintlm? mas culine qualities of her husband. A Hook on Wrestling. There hnB Just been Issued from tho press of Richard K. Fox, Frank lin Squnro, New York, ono of tho moBt valuable and comprehonslvo treatises on wrestllug over publish ed. World's champion wrestler Frank Gotch has written n book about tho art, which contains every thing thnt is of Interest to enthus iasts. A special chapter Is devoted to training and another to tho ca reer of tho conqueror oi mhckuii schmldt. It contains fifty excellent hnlf-tono Illustrations, showing all his principal holds, Including tho famous toe hold. Portraits aro shown of the best known mnt art ists. It is No. 20 of Fox's Athletic Library, and will bo sont to any ad dress for 10 conts; poatngo 3 conta extra. July 10 Story Hook. July 10 Story Book Is now on tho Nowstnnds, and In It Is found a de lightful afternoon's entertainment. Tho 1'suo aboundB In short, clovsr, Bnappy tnleB the kind that koop tho reader on the alert. "Malslo from Near Now ork, by Will Oago Carey, leads the maga zlne. and in It Maslo loads hop would-bo admirer a merry chase. How Hiram Jeffards Tickled His Wife," by Benjamin Franklin Nap hys, is a humorous bit of work de tailing tho exporloncos of n man, o woman and a cat, n rather unusual trlo--but It Is nn .unusual story There havo been all kinds of Ju'ts nnd all sorts of Jags, and, In "Pro hibition Pete nnd Ills Disappearing Indian," Elbrldga Snbin offers an entirely new variety. ''Irds and LnJlos of the Summer Tlmo " li Stuart R. Stono. la n clover little tale of tho oxperlencei of a protty type writ ?r sort. It rings truo. Don Mrk .Lemon contributes "Tho A wskening of Mrs. Banks." In which n doting husband rollos on tho lm'-HBln-hutlng propensity to urouso hU wife's interest In everyday nf- Other 'torle in this numb?r are Her Dream Hero." by Crlttonden Ma-rlott. "Oa Dear Stuuld Old Blunderer." by G. P. Str Ing, "A Silk Purse of n Sow's Ear." bySnl dc Gerard IVigb'-'. f'l "J'r M" j or's Boquost," by Nellie Crovey Olll- Th'o selected mssterplecu for tho month Is Tho Record of Biirtaua Herodsfoot. and. to quoto a writer of eontoniporary faaio, "It stands an everlasting monninent to the un conquerabio lldellty nnd loalty of woman." VHvoHitlon." by Langdon Smith, Is the favprlte pom offering And, complptlng the lewie. com the knock, knock, knock of Jnrn Stsnloton Cowlrv-Brewn n hli Up iwrtment, 'Reading & Rot." A Grand Family Medicine. "Ii gjvag me ploaapre to speak a good word for Electric Bitters.'' writes Mr. Frank Conlan of No. 430 Houston St.. New York. "It's a grand family medicine for dypsps'u nnd liver complications; while for lame back and weak kidneys U can not be too highly recommended. Electric Bitters regulate the diges tive functions purifies the blood, and imtarts renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both j-exes. Sold under guarantee at J O. Perry's drug store. 50c. 3 .l I I.I.I. Ill WIH Ill I 11,1 IIWV.TCTM H For 3ga-(Jjk the Summer's Cooking No kitchen appliance gives such actual satisfaction and real homo comfoit as tho New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove. Kitchen work, this commc summer, will bo better and quicker done, with greater personal comfort for tho worker If ln.ru.l t k ..m: beat of a coal fire, you cook by tho NEW PERFECTS Wick Blue name OH Cook-Stove Delivers heat where you want ifcnevef where you'tidti't want it -thus It keeps the kitchen cool. Burns fer hours on one filling. Instantly WRukted for lbw. medium or intense heat. Has sufficiem capacity for all household needs. Thrco size if nearest agency. When You Are Dry WHY NOT BUY A pure and wholesomo boverag" that Is sold In all tho cltlos of Western Oregon and Northern California. Made of the Choicest Malt and Hops Grown in Marion County Made of Filtered Water and strictly in accordance with the Puro Food Law Salem Beer Is tho best mild bovorago offered the public. Mndo by scientific processes and guaranteed pure and whole some. No adulteration. No drugs or chomlcnla nnd under the most porect snnltnry conditions. Address nil orders to Salem Prewery Association' I wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmSmmmS rWeLaun Ladici' Shirt Waists and White Skirts Just Right.' Wo giuarnntoo to. All of our shirtwaists aro care fully washed with n special noutral soap, starched just where they should bo starched and ironed by experts who havo mado shirtwaist Ironing a special Bbudy. Wo are pleasing tho most careful dressers In tho city with our shlrtwnlst work and nre sure we can please you. May wo havo a trial. SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY To!. 26 mmmmmammmmMHupu HiHiim t nj IstfLB xaw(33 ; Strawberry Boxes and Crates Just received a carload of folding bnljocks, Untups and crate. Bee ul lor prices in large and small lots. H. S. GILC, .v.; vsssvsiSE i T'Twif-p. 1 F l m cwtntraUd flame of the not at your dealer's, write our i , , 7 . a wonderful light giver. Solidly made, beautifully nickeled. Your living-room will be pleatantcr with a Rayo Lamp. If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency; STANDARD OH. COMPANY (laeerperskd) 13C-100 B. Llborty St. wmMmmmmmmmmmm Spring Shoes A good stock of Men's, Ladles', Goya' and Girls' shoes in all colors nnd leuthere, . Tun nnd black Oxfords, also light canvas shoes. Ladles' and Misses' pumps. Conio In and soo my stock JACOB VOGT am statu STHinrr Jl'HT A .MUHIfAI. TIP Up the river or down the hay Iho llfo of n party is tho iniisk, and tho muslolan U certainly ono popular person. We soil musical Instru ments oxeollant onw Just tho kind you should buy. bteauwi tho price la right. Do not go ulsowhorw until you so onr sompletg Una -wo have Just wkat ou wo'V. as c havo tlim nil ihat Is. ull tho good kind. 'Uhsh1 to inuiit you. Ii. P. -JAVAtJK j 17 COHiiiirrcliil HlriM'f, : Corner Trade and High S's. in